February 1

Who’s At Fault In A Rear-End Car Accident

WHO’S AT FAULT WHEN YOU ARE HIT FROM BEHIND? Many people assume if they are rear-ended in a Florida car accident, the person behind them is automatically at fault for the accident. However, that is not always true. It is true that there is a “rear-end collision” rule in Florida which was adopted in 1959..

January 31

More Profits for Allstate Insurance Company

MORE MONEY IN ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY’S POCKET AT THE COST OF THE INJURED According to Bloomberg.com, Allstate Corp., the largest publicly traded home and auto insurer in the U.S., said fourth-quarter profit rose 17 percent. Net income increased to $1.21 billion–not thousands or millions, but BILLION. Allstate is not alone, Progressive Corp., the third-largest U.S..

January 29

California Bans Handheld Cellphones While Driving, Who’s Next?

CALIFORNIA BANS DRIVING WITH HANDHELD CELLPHONES, IS FLORIDA NEXT? Soon, you will not see any California driver with a cellphone in their hand. That’s because a law banning the use of handheld cellular phones while operating a motor vehicle in California will take effect July 1, 2008. Officially known as the California Wireless Telephone Automobile.

January 28

You Have Been Told That You Have Sciatica, Now What?

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SCIATICA Many people involved in car accidents and work injuries in Florida are diagnosed with sciatica. However, they are not given further information about the condition. Below is additional information about sciatica. However, to get more specific information, you should consult with your doctor. Also, if your sciatica was.

January 26

10 Tips For Teens to Avoid Car Accidents

10 TIPS FOR PREVENTING TEEN ACCIDENTS Too many teenagers are injured in car accidents in Florida either because of their own negligence, the negligence of their friends, or the negligence of another person. If you are a teenager involved in a Florida car accidents, your parents should consult with an attorney who handles car accident.

January 25

Florida Governor Acknowledges Problem With Insurance Companies

Insurance Companies, Enough is Enough!! Last week, Florida Governor Charlie Crist said something my clients and I have been saying for years if not decades–we are tired of funding insurance companies’ record profits!! “Let me remind you where we’re coming from. This insurance industry this past year has enjoyed a $60 billion profit. $60 billion,”.

January 20

Who Pays Medical Bills After Florida Car Accident?

GETTING YOUR MEDICAL BILLS PAID AFTER A CAR ACCIDENT IN FLORIDA Under Florida law, your automobile insurance company is responsible for paying a portion of medical bills and lost wages related to a Florida car accident regardless of whether the accident was your fault. This type of insurance coverage is called Personal Injury Protection coverage.

January 18

Homeowners’ Insurance Isn’t the Only Problem in Florida

FLORIDA’S LEGISLATORS NEED TO PROTECT FLORIDIANS FROM RISING AUTO INSURANCE RATES AS WELL There is a lot of talk and even a special session by the Florida Legislature about the need to stop the growing cost of purchasing homeowners’ insurance in Florida. There is no dispute that something needs to be done to halt the.

January 17

Study Shows Serious Car Accident Has Long Time Affects

DRIVERS REPORT LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES AFTER CAR CRASH A recent report in the Annals of Emergency Medicine indicates that even one-and-one-half years after a serious car accident, drivers report worse health compared with before the crash, particularly if the injured person required hospitalization. The doctors studied over 200 car drivers who survived a serious car accident.

January 16

Uninsured Motorist Coverage Needed in Hit & Run

RECENT TRAGIC ACCIDENT REMINDS US OF NEED FOR UNINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE Last Saturday in St. Petersburg, Florida, two women were hit by a car while attempting to cross Ulmerton Road. One woman suffered minor injuries while the other suffered a broken arm and had her left leg ripped off. The driver of the car drove.

January 15

Automobile Safety That May Prevent A Car Accident

WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT A CAR ACCIDENT Motor vehicles are the leading cause of accidental death in the US. They account for almost 50,000 deaths and over 4 million injuries every year. Older drivers have a higher accident rate per mile driven and are more likely to be killed or injured in an.

January 14

Watch Out For That Motorcycle

Failing to Pay Attention To Motorcycles Can Cause Serious Injury or Death of Florida Roads Florida’s beautiful weather encourages many to enjoy the open road on motorcycles. However, too many car accidents involving motorcycles are resulting in serious injury or death are occurring in Florida and throughout the United States. Accordingly to the National Highway.

January 12

Football Fans Don’t Let Football Fans Drive Drunk

Avoid Car Accidents While Preparing for the Super Bowl This weekend we will be one week closer to this year’s Super Bowl in Miami, Florida. Let’s make sure that every fan and their loved ones can watch the big game without injury from a car accident because someone was drinking. Super Bowl Sunday is one.

January 11

Florida Governor Agres That Insurance Companies Make Extraordinary Profts

Finally Someone In Florida Government Agrees that Insurance Companies Are Receiving Too Much Profit Florida newly-elected governor, Charlie Crist, recently went on the attack against the insurance industry, telling reporters that he’s not sure he trusts the insurers to set their rates fairly. “Insurance companies are making extraordinary profits,” Crist said, noting a profit of.

January 10

Red Light Runners Can Kill

Running Red Lights Get You Nowhere Fast Tampa Bay police are cracking down on drivers who run red lights. “It might get you to the next red light,” said Sgt. Glenn Luben who heads the selective traffic enforcement program for the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office. “It also might get you in an accident where people.

January 10

National Safety Commisson Says Florida’s Auto Insurance Rates Need Fixing

National Safety Commission Urges Florida Legislature to Tackle Rising State Auto Insurance Rates With the Florida Legislature preparing to convene in Special Session Tuesday to tackle the problem of skyrocketing Florida property insurance rates, the National Safety Commission called on the Legislature to take action to provide relief from rising Florida auto insurance rates as.

January 9

So You Have a Herniated Disc, Now What?

What You Need to Know About Your Herniated Disk Many of my clients suffer a herniated disk after a car accident or work injury. Until they are diagnosed with a herniated disk, many victims of a car accident or work injury do not even know what a herniated disk is. I hope this article answers.

January 8

Ten Things to Know To Avoid Car Accidents with Motorcycles

Ten Things All Car & Truck Drivers Should Know About Motorcycles To Avoid A Car v. Motorcycle Accident A recent study performed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows the dangers of motorcycle driving. According to the study, approximately 76,000 motorcycles were injured in motorcycle accidents in 2004. Over 4,000 motorcyclist died because of.

January 7

Text Messaging While Driving Can Kill

Think Twice Before Text Messaging While Driving Driving while under the influence or alcohol or drugs is one thing. But allowing yourself to get distracted when you’re behind the wheel is never wise. Along with reading, applying makeup or talking on cell phones while driving, you can add a new type of dangerous behavior: text.

January 6

What’s Your Sign? It Could Mean More Car Accidents.

Study Indicates That Astrological Sign May Be Indicator of Car Accidents. Wonder why some people get into so many car accidents and others do not? A new study says it may have something to do with your astrological sign. InsuranceHotline.com, a Web site that gives auto insurance quotes, looked at 100,000 North American drivers’ records.

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